Dine Out Vancouver has started its 16th season, and we’ve compiled every single participating restaurant in Richmond – there are 18 in total, and we’ve even included what you should eat at each of them.
Watch float planes land and take off at this unique bar & grill located on the north arm of the Fraser River, as you enjoy your Dine Out meal here! Offering both a dinner and lunch menu (both $20 each), we’d pick the clam chowder, the hoisin ginger sockeye salmon and a chocolate brownie to warm ourselves up during the cold days.
Richmond’s newest brewpub joins the Dine Out Vancouver with a menu developed by Chef Kevin Connaghan. The newly renovated, open concept kitchen with a woodstone pizza oven basically tells diners that they can’t miss the pizza. Start with the beet & goat feta salad, followed by their special spicy kimchi and pork belly pizza, and top it off with a homestyle carrot cake (or a boozy Irish coffee!).
Known for amazing seafood dishes and a great cocktail selection, The Boathouse Restaurant in Richmond doesn’t disappoint. The Boathouse Restaurant offers both a dinner and lunch menu (both priced at $30), and our top picks include the seafood chowder, the pacific cod & chips, and… we gotta go for the mocha ice cream pie here!
Located just above Blue Canoe Waterfront Restaurant in Steveston, this restaurant is not to be missed. Enjoy a wide array of west coast fare here, including the stuffed mushroom caps, the surf & turf, and the sticky toffee pudding – it’s seriously one of the best.
Offering both dinner and lunch menus (please note, lunch menu is priced at $18), guests can enjoy fresh, flavourful food and drinks in a cool, laid-back atmosphere. Our top choices here include the mussels, the hoisin braised pork belly and of course, the red velvet cupcake jar.
Named after one of their most loyal patrons, Harold Cross, this restaurant has a charm all its own. Enjoy the shrimp swirl pop, the chicken curry and a delicious white chocolate mousse cake during their dinner service – offered from 5pm to 9pm during Dine Out Vancouver.
Situated in beautiful Steveston, Little Mexico Cantina offers authentic Mexican food at an affordable price. Take a trip around Mexico with their themed Dine Out Vancouver menu – visit Mexico City by diving into a bowl of tortilla soup. Taste Sonora through their beef fajitas and top it off with churros with chocolate from Vera Cruz.
Known for their laid-back atmosphere and delicious plates of comfort food, Moxie’s won’t disappoint, no matter what you order. We’d pick the spicy tuna roll, the rustic Italian pulled short ribs and the sticky toffee pudding.
Reach out and touch the Fraser River from Shady Island Seafood Bar & Grill, right on the waterfront in historic Steveston. Known best for their fresh seafood, our top picks here include the seafood chowder cup, the signature dish – the Fisherman’s Pot, and the strawberry champagne cheesecake – an ever-popular dessert.
A new addition to Dine Out Vancouver, the Shoestring Café is a hidden gem in east Richmond. The value here can’t be beaten. Start your meal off with the grilled marinated quail, the grilled lobster tail and scallop risotto and finish it off with a chocolate soufflé with vanilla ice cream. Delish!
Artful, entertaining and delicious – it’s always a show at Yokohama Teppanyaki! Featuring both dinner and lunch menus (lunch menu priced at $19.95), this eatery also offers a vegetarian dine out menu. Get your surf and turf on with their three entrée menu options, and get ready to be wowed by the chef’s skills at the hot grill.
Enjoy Executive Chef Danilo Ibarra’s delicious cuisine at American Grille, where seafood dishes are your best bet. Our top picks from this year’s Dine Out Vancouver menu include the tuna tataki, the seared ling cod and… can we have all three desserts please?
Executive Chef Daryle Nagata takes fresh seafood to a whole new level, infusing it with Asian influences. Our top picks here include the signature seafood chowder, the baked wild BC salmon and the warm apple tart a la mode… though you really can’t go wrong with either dessert.
Known for their steak, Carver’s Steakhouse has been feeding Richmondites for a long time. You can’t go wrong with the spicy beef bites, the 10 ounce New York Peppercorn strip loin, and the chocolate eruption cheesecake.
This upscale restaurant definitely has a resort vibe to it, and a wine menu that’s hard to beat. Offering both dinner and lunch menus (lunch is $20 for the set), you can’t leave Chop Steakhouse without trying the steak. Our top picks include the crab cakes, the prime rib and the warm apple crumble to finish things off. Yum!
Located south of Steveston Highway on No. 5 Road in Richmond, The Richmond Keg Steakhouse + Bar is the preferred dining destination for locals as well as visitors. Start your meal off with the wild mushroom soup, followed by any of the steak options (tip: the top sirloin is 12 ounces!), and finish it off with your choice of a chocolatey, mocha pie or a thick and creamy cheesecake.
If you’ve ever wanted to try a 10-course Chinese banquet meal, Red Star Restaurant’s Dine Out Vancouver dinner menu lets you do just that – with a very affordable price tag. Our top picks are the hot & sour soup, the two-course Peking duck (best bang for your buck here!), and you won’t be disappointed by the Chef’s dessert of the day!
Enjoy Executive Chef Eric Pless’ newest creations at Tramonto, found on the third floor of the east hotel tower in River Rock Casino Resort. Start off with the spiced winter squash Veloute, followed by the braised bison brisket and finish your meal off with their toffee bread pudding!
Dine Out Vancouver starts from January 19 until February 4, 2018. Book your table early and come hungry!